This could be reworked into our page.Polyglot 08:35 May 2, 2003 (UTC)
I have found Pie vert aux légumes searching with google but it is not a bird with vegetables
- Sorry for having it wrong. I'm taking out the related word, as they are not related after all then.
Where is the verb "to pie" used? (i bum men) I've never heard it in Australia or on my travels so it must be regional and it would be cool to note just where. — Hippietrail 00:41, 20 May 2004 (UTC)
- To pie someone is to hit them in the face with a pie (I'll add it). I haven't heard the other one but suspect it might be regional in England and possibly dated.
- And my guess was totally wrong. Google for "pie a corner" turns up a few usages, all in a small-arms combat context. E.g. http://www.defense-training.com/quips/2001/NTI11,Harrisburg,PA,29May-2June01.html.
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This page has been target of vandalism many times ago. I'm pretty new to wiktionary, so i don't know how to revert the vandalism.
- Reverting is easy: just look at the edit history, at any comparison page, there is a link ‘revert’ next to the user name on the comparison page. I do not think it is necessary to block this page. Maybe a semi-block could be considered. henne 17:44, 14 February 2007 (UTC)